everything looks beautifully presented (the food from the other post) have a wonderful time with your family in Japan! Happy New Year to you & yours :)
Happy New Year!
Happy new year to you, Chika! Thanks for all these wonderful pictures and this great blog, I wish you many more memorable meals for the year ahead!
Nagano would be a gorgeous (and much cooler) place to spend the New Year.あけましておめでとうございます
what's tht pretty thing you're trying to take a pic of?-ala
hi chika--oh, you're the cutest thing :-) happiest of new years to you, him, and your family. stay warm and lovely!
Probably a photo of this.
Happy New Year and all the best. I really like you blog. Hope to see lots of posts and lots of nice pictures this year !Requiahttp://requia.canalblog.com/
Hey Chika:I need your e-mail address. Sorry to spam your comments...Hillel from tastingmenu. :)info / at / tastingmenu / dot / com
wow... tht looks really cute! hahhaa.. is it holding a cube of sugar?Tht would make a really nice gift for HER-ala
Thanks and Belated Happy New Year to you all, I wish all the best for 2005!Cat - yeah it is really nice being back home with family :)Kane - happy happy new year to you too!Estelle - Thanks, a lots of great food to you too for the coming 12 months or so!Anthony - it was coooooool up there! Thinking it might be nice to have a really warm (or more like hot?) new year on the other side of the equator!こちらこそ、あけましておめでとうございます。なんでそんなに日本のことをよくご存知なんでしょう。ala - as you have already found out, it was a tiny buddy called mentaico-chan. I put the pic on my other blog (here). Cute, isn't it!!Santos - thanks, same to you! (I know you wouldn't have to try to stay warm in Guam though...)baron - o good job!Hillel - thanks for the note, that is great!
ありがとう！。日本のことがまだまだわかりません．日本語もぜんぶわすれまかった。：（I lived in Japan for 7 years. Mainly in Tokyo but I did a fair bit of travelling, mainly touring by motorcycle. There are some beautiful winding roads around Nagano so I have many happy memories of it. I think I spent my New Years in Tokyo though, it was nice to be able to see Mt Fuji on New Year's Day and then be the only person in Shibuya. I expect everybody else was keeping warm elsewhere.Oh and of you feel like a New Year on this side of the equator you're more than welcome.PS just had a warm memory of those little heat pads that you shake and then they become hot. (Or alternatively a hot can of Boss Coffee for my cold biker hands).
Hi Anthony,Now I know why :)It'd be way cool being the only person in Shibuya (there are usually quite a bit of people all the time you know), let alone seeing Mt Fuji on New Year's Day!I always had trouble when I got a can of hot coffee or hot chocolate (or tea, whatever) on a cold day; whether to drink it to warm up from inside or to hold it with the both hands to warm up dead cold hands :D
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